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The Latin Diatessaron in the Irish of Peter O'Leary


Published June 16, 2013
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This is a hypothetical work, based on the San Gaul 56 manuscript, and Father Peter O' Leary's translation of the four Gospels from Latin, into Irish.
It is in three languages, in three columns per page, divided by page to follow the divisions in the original manuscript.
The pretence involved is that Father Peter had the SG56 manuscript before him, rather than the Latin Gospels of the Vulgate.


Publisher David R Smith
Year 2013
Pages 348
Language Irish
Book contributor David R Smith
Collection opensource
Notes The Latin text is witnessed by Victor of Capua, and claimed by him to be basically as found. He admits to have added the Ammonian numbering system, which he found to be missing, and attributes it to either Ammonius, or Tatian. I used Fragment Substitution with the Douay Rheims Gospels to generate an English text, and Here used the same procedure, using Na Cheithre Soisgéil of An t-Athair Peadar ua Laoghaire to generate the Irish text. The text is divided into pages following the San Gaul 56 manuscript, See: https://archive.org/details/CodexSangallensis56 and associated files. This is then referred to Canon Peters translation of the Gospels, See: https://archive.org/details/NCSrough and using the three column version in the San Gaul page for the English, the equivalent text was copied from the Irish, making the three columns: Latin, English, and Irish. The line breaks, which follow logical phrases follow closely the line breaks in the manuscript. The phrase sequence however sometimes varies, and the substantive verb is sometimes in a different phrase. The .doc file, and the .pdf file for the three language document have been corrected, as of 3rd July 2013.

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